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Working As A Contractor, Program Manager

  • $104,850

    Average Salary

What Does A Contractor, Program Manager Do At Electronic Arts, Inc.

* Manage the design, implementation and administration of EA’s US benefit plans and programs, including health, welfare, time-off (including leave of absence and workers’ compensation), and other offerings.
* Establish strong partnerships with Legal, Payroll, Finance and other colleagues and lead cross-functional projects to implement new offerings, ensure compliance, and streamline operations.
* Monitor market practices, trends and requirements to ensure benefit offerings remain market competitive, fiscally responsible, and legally compliant.
* Recommend strategies which appropriately balance employee needs and company priorities.
* Manage annual renewals and open enrollment planning, identifying and recommending changes/enhancements to US benefit offerings and cost-sharing as appropriate.
* Develop and implement communication strategies to ensure effective promotion & understanding of US benefit offerings to new and existing employees, candidates, and family members.
* Proactively identify and implement process improvement opportunities and ensure plans remain legally compliant.
* Oversee annual Form 5500 filings and audits including non-discrimination testing.
* Manage relationships with US benefit broker, advisors, carriers and vendors, ensuring high performance standards are met or exceeded.
* Provide guidance to Benefits team, HR operations team, and third-party vendors on benefits administration responsibilities (including employee inquiries, claims assistance, benefits survey completion, benefits eligibility, billing, COBRA, leave of absences, disability, and workers’ compensation administration).
* Provide outstanding customer service for escalated employee benefit and leave questions

What Does A Contractor, Program Manager Do At Spectrum Comm Inc.

* Plans, budgets, and staffs to respond to existing and emerging task requirements.
* Develops Quality Assurance programs/processes, monitors prime contract, subcontracts & funding; prepares program financial performance forecasts/reports.
* Supports Headquarters USAF corporate processes
* Air Force Requirements Oversight Council (AFROCs), Joint Warfighting Capabilities Assessment (JWCAs), Defense Acquisition Boards (DABs), Acquisition Strategy Panels (ASPs), all PPBE processes and Congressional interface.
* Recruits, interviews, hires, and trains quality staff to ensure the highest retention and fill rates required by the USAF

What Does A Contractor, Program Manager Do At Raytheon

Draft, review, and negotiate various contracts of different sizes, types and complexity Summarize contract issues, research and interpret regulations, identify risks, and formulate solutions Act as the primary interface with customer Develop negotiation strategies and negotiate sound business deals Provide governance to the program team carrying out the terms and scope of the contract Establish effective contract change management plans Provide guidance to direct reports and cross business teams Foster teamwork with both external and internal customers Handle several assignments concurrently while maintaining schedule deadlines Manage relationships with a variety of Government customers Provide support to front-end strategic assessments of new business pursuits Act as a key player in solving problems, developing innovative solutions, and assisting the business to achieve financial and performance goals and objectives

What Does A Contractor, Program Manager Do At Southern California Edison

* Manage and oversee contract compliance of co-owned and co-funded projects per established contracts and agreements
* Prepare, oversee and report on individual projects confined by contractual and budgetary constraints
* Manage development of Capital Budget Item contracts for each individual project covering scope, cost and schedule to be signed by other Committee Members
* Interface with external and internal stakeholders on projects to resolve disputes relating to contracts, reporting and forecasting
* Serve as point of contact with Accounting to explore issues and areas of discrepancy
* Create and present reports to external stakeholders quarterly
* Respond to ad hoc contract and reporting issues with resolutions
* Develop processes to increase efficiency pushing project approval, tracking and closure
* Continually refine and refresh current operating processes and procedures
* Identify issues with current process and implement guidelines moving forward
* Support management of Major Projects and Infrastructure Replacement projects by consolidating updates on project scope, cost and schedule
* Perform document retention and disseminate information to team as needed
* Manage high-level tracking document with relevant project updates and statuses
* Prepare and execute trends and change requests that relate to cost and schedule on internal systems and on external contracts (Capital Budget Items

What Does A Contractor, Program Manager Do At ASRC Federal Holding Company

* An onsite PM shall be responsible for all aspects of contractor-provided support.
* The contractor Program Manager will be responsible for administrative, clerical, scheduling, and resource allocation for all aspects of the PWS requirements.
* The Contract PM will:
* Interface as appropriate with Government COR
* Assess and resolve issues and provide recommendations as appropriate in support of CSCS FTU operations.
* Serve as the primary point of contact (POC) for the CSCS FTU COR.
* Ensure all contractor personnel under this contract comply with all training required by this Performance Work Statement.
* Ensure all contractor personnel under his/her authority have the proper security clearances needed to instruct courses at the level identified in Table 1 of this PWS.
* Ensure the following deliverables are submitted on the agreed schedule established by the COR and the CO:
* Monthly Program Management Review: Cost, Schedule, and Performance data shall be reported verbally and in writing monthly to the CSCS FTU COR
* Quarterly Program Management Review: Cost Schedule, and Performance data
* Ensure instructors are competent to teach the most recent developments in systems and employment concepts, maintain assigned lessons and incorporate Government approved changes into all relevant course documentation.
* The Program Manager (PM) will coordinate ISD course requirements and ISD compliance with CSCS FTU.
* The PM will be responsible for all CDRLs

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Contractor, Program Manager Demographics

Gender

  • Male

    55.5%
  • Female

    41.0%
  • Unknown

    3.5%

Ethnicity

  • White

    82.8%
  • Hispanic or Latino

    8.1%
  • Asian

    6.9%
  • Unknown

    1.4%
  • Black or African American

    0.7%
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Languages Spoken

  • Spanish

    53.8%
  • Swahili

    7.7%
  • German

    7.7%
  • French

    7.7%
  • Hindi

    7.7%
  • Dakota

    7.7%
  • Italian

    7.7%
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Top Skills for A Contractor, Program Manager

EnsureComplianceProceduresContractPersonnelProgramManagementFinancialProductsResourceSafetyProposalFacilityCompanyPoliciesRFPLogisticsInfrastructureProjectManagementPurchaseOrdersWebDODAssuranceInitiative

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Top Contractor, Program Manager Skills

  1. Ensure Compliance
  2. Procedures
  3. Contract Personnel
You can check out examples of real life uses of top skills on resumes here:
  • Evaluate and monitor contract performance to ensure compliance with contractual obligations and to determine need for changes.
  • Established classified material control programs and implemented policies and procedures to ensure information protection.
  • Directed Facilitation of 4 United States Central Command Program Management Reviews.
  • Meet monthly with CTOR to review and discuss overall strategic status of the contract and financial position.
  • Increased specification of strategic products among top 100 Architectural & Engineering Firms by 20% per year

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